Deadline reports that John Cena has just signed to co-star in the upcoming Jackie Chan movie "Project X". Cena will be taking Stallone's place. Once he uncovers the attack as part of a plot to steal the oil, he partners with an American former Marine who lives in Iraq teaching orphans.
Chan will portray a Chinese private security contractor who is tasked with extracting oil workers from a refinery that's been attacked.
The movie will be directed by Scott Waugh, who served as the director for Need to Speed.
Producing the project (which had been also under the working title of Ex-Baghdad) is Chan, Joe Tam, Esmond Ren and Hans Canosa.
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As the Hollywood Reporter noted, Cena is fast carving himself a niche in the action movie space.
In addition, John Cena is also set to star in the Transformers spinoff Bumblebee and Universal's The Jason Directive, which is being produced by The Rock. The second is that folks actually go pay money to see it (unlike Chan's last action movie, The Foreigner, which was mostly ignored despite being a ton of fun).
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